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    Bees and Forever Flaked Feet Feel Fine...
    bastet posted:
    I don't usually recommend products, but my crocodile feet look and feel much better after using (for a couple of times) Burt's Bees Coconut Foot Creme with Vitamin E. I usually break out from everything. And I've been to the podiatrist so many times for years, and even the "industrial strength" (--just kidding--) prescription strength ointments and creams did nothing for my feet.

    If I stick to using this Burt's Bees CFC w/vit E regularly, I might be able to show my feet off in summer--That would be wonderful!

    Well, I should go put on the CFC w/vit E and some socks right now...

    If you happen to try the CFC, let me know your results...


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